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Palliative Care

Palliative Care is a type of health care that focuses on a philosophy of care that aims to provide comfort and quality of life for individuals and families facing a life-limiting non-curative illness.  Palliative Care does not take place within four walls – services and support are provided for people where they are living: hospitals, personal care homes and in your own home by a variety of caregivers including physicians, nurses, pharmacists, home care workers, volunteers, pastoral care, families and friends.  Palliative Care helps individuals to achieve the best possible quality of life right up until end of life.

Components of this program include:

  • Pain and symptom management
  • Interdisciplinary team approach
  • Volunteer services
  • Grief and bereavement support
  • Information services
  • Education, Research, Resource Library
  • Community care and involvement
  • Care-giver support
  • Links with other programs/services
  • Resources for comfort care (e.g. specialized equipment)

Palliative Care Program Brochure

Palliative Care Registration Form

After death happens – a resource guide, created by our staff as a resource for families who have experienced a death

Contact Information

Clinical Team Manager
Regional Palliative Care Program,
Wound Care Program, and Spiritual Health

Office: 204-886-4300

Palliative Care Nurse Specialist – East
Office: 204-268-7473

Palliative Care Nurse Specialist – Selkirk
Office: 204-785-7536

Palliative Care Nurse Specialist – West
Office: 204-886-4304

Palliative Care Psychosocial Specialist –West & Central
Office: 204-886-4315

Palliative Care Psychosocial Specialist –East & Selkirk
Office: 204-753-5251

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